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Artificial flowers, wreaths, and grave blankets are allowed only from November 1 through March 31. The Sexton will remove all artificial flowers, wreaths, and grave blankets on April 1. Artificial flowers shall not be placed in the ground. Artificial flowers and wreaths may be placed in the mausoleum at any time; however, the Sexton will remove them each year prior to Memorial Day.
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Plots can be purchased at City Hall located at 310 Greenwood Street, Grand Ledge, Michigan 48837. City Hall is open Monday through Friday, 8 AM to 5 PM. Cash or check are accepted as well as credit cards with an additional fee.
Burials are permitted year-round at Oakwood Cemetery.
Funerals arriving after 3:30 PM on weekdays, all funerals on Saturdays, and funerals on the following holidays will be assessed an additional charge:
No burials are allowed on Sundays or the following holidays:
At this time, green burials are not permitted at Oakwood Cemetery.
No. All markers and monuments shall be made of granite. Homemade markers and markers made of other materials such as marble, wood, plastic, cement, or steel are prohibited.
All markers and monuments must have foundations and shall not be delivered until a foundation is installed and payment is made in full. Orders for foundations shall be placed a minimum of two (2) weeks in advance of delivery. Foundations will not be poured between October 1 and April 30. Contact City Hall at 517-627-2149 to order a foundation.
In Oakwood Cemetery, flowers may be planted within 18-inches of a marker or monument, and under no circumstances shall plantings be allowed outside the boundaries of the owner's plot(s), no sod shall be removed which is not next to a marker or monument and then not more than 18-inches. Plantings may be set next to markers or monuments but must be kept free from grass and weeds. The planting or removal of trees and shrubbery is prohibited unless approved by the Superintendent or Sexton as to species, variety, location, and time of planting.
Burial locations can be found online at the websites listed below. In addition, a detailed map of the cemetery can be found here.